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Critical Care Reviews Meetings

eCritical Care Reviews Meeting 2021

In what seems like a blink of an eye, the meeting has come and gone. Five major trials reported their results and another 14 major trials published in 2020 were presented by their chief investigators. We also had panel discussions on publishing during the pandemic and pilot trials, as well as our annual John Hinds Lecture.

Ourt thanks to our diverse faculty from across the world who joined us at all times of the day and night to make the programme work.

In 2022, we return home to Titanic Belfast for another three days of trial results, trial reviews and discussions on trial methodology, interpretation and publishing.

Major Trial Results Presentations

RADAR2 Trial Results Presentation

Dr Jon Silversides (Belfast) presents the results of the phase II RADAR2 trial, investigating active deresuscitation after resuscitation, at the Critical Care Reviews Meeting 2021.
Prof Marlies Ostermann (London) delivers an editorial on this trial, with a panel discussion following, including Dr Tine Sylvest Myhoff (Copenhagen), Dr Fernando Zampieri (Sao Paulo), Dr Andrew Althouse (Pittsburgh) and co-investigator, Prof John Marshall (Toronto)

Published Paper

The trial is currently unpublished

Session Timings

  • 2:15 - Jon Silversides- RADAR2 Trial Results Presentation

  • 31:00 - Marlies Ostermann - Editorial

  • 44:55 - Jon Silversides - Reply to the Editorial

  • 49:00 - Phil Gillen - Questions from Viewers

  • 55:56 - Rob Mac Sweeney chairs the Panel Discussion


HOT-ICU Trial Results Presentation

Prof Bodil Steen Rasmussen (Aalbrog, Denmark) presents the results of the HOT-ICU trial, comparing liberal with conservative oxygenation targets in patients with hypoxaemic respiratory failure, at the virtual eCritical Care Reviews Meeting 2021.

Paul Young (Wellington, New Zealand) delivers an independent editorial. Co-investigator Anders Perner (Copenhagen, Denmark), joins Hallie Prescott (Ann Arbour, USA), Gilles Capellier (Breascon, France), Marion Campbell (Aberdeen, Scotland) and Margaret Herridge (Toronto, Canada) for a discussion on the trial.

Published Paper

Session Timings

  • 1:30 - Bodil Steen Rasmussen - HOT-ICU Trial Results Presentation

  • 32:28 - Paul Young - Editorial

  • 50:48 - Bodil Steen Rasmussen - Reply to the Editorial

  • 56:20 - Catriona Kelly - Questions from Viewers

  • 1:05:10 - Rob Mac Sweeney chairs the Panel Discussion


SANDWICH Trial Results Presentation

Prof Bronagh Blackwood (Belfast) presents the results of the SANDWICH trial, investigating sedation and weaning in critically ill children, at the Critical Care Reviews Meeting 2021.

The editorial is delivered by Prof Martha Curley (Philadelphia), and the discussion panel includes Prof Kevin Morris (Birmingham), Prof Robinder Khemani (Los Angeles), Prof Karla Hemming (Birmingham) and Prof Padmanabhan Ramnarayan (London).

The trial is currently unpublished.

Session Timings

  • 2:12 - Bronagh Blackwood - SANDWICH Trial Results Presentation

  • 31:22 - Martha Curley - Editorial

  • 48:03 - Bronagh Blackwood - Reply to the Editorial

  • 52:20 - Phil Gillen - Questions from Viewers

  • 1:01:35 - Rob Mac Sweeney chairs the Panel Discussion


REST Trial Results Presentation

Dr James McNamee (Belfast) presents the results of the REST trial, investigating extracorporeal CO2 removal in acute respiratory failure, at the Critical Care Reviews Meeting 2021.

Dr McNamee is joined by Prof Danny McAuley, chief investigator for the trial. The editorial is delivered by Prof Eddy Fan (Toronto), and the discussion panel includes Prof Art Slutskey (Toronto), Prof Kathy Rowan (London), Prof Carol Hodgson (Melbourne) and Dr Liz Wilcox (Toronto).

The trial is currently unpublished.

Session Timings

  • 1:44 - James McNamee - REST Trial Results Presentation

  • 33:30 - Eddy Fan - Editorial

  • 54:27 - James McNamee & Danny McAuley - Reply to the Editorial

  • 1:00:25 - Phil Gillen - Questions from Viewers

  • 1:05:50 - Rob Mac Sweeney chairs the Panel Discussion

Programme

Unedited Video

Critical Care Reviews Meeting Day 1

The traditional 5 minute countdown video begins at 39 minutes 32 seconds. This is an unedited version of today's talks.


Critical Care Reviews Meeting Day 2

The meeting starts at 40 minutes. This is an unedited version of the day's talks


Critical Care Reviews Meeting Day 3

The meeting begins at 39 minutes 15 seconds. This is an unedited version of today's talks.



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